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14th Sep 19, 10:02am
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Anthony Grant suggests how most parents can hold the core motivation of their family trust in the face of the new legal obligation to inform; namely, that the prospect of trust wealth will not demotivate and harm their children
Anthony Grant suggests how most parents can hold the core motivation of their family trust in the face of the new legal obligation to inform; namely, that the prospect of trust wealth will not demotivate and harm their children
14th Sep 19, 10:02am
10th Sep 19, 10:00am
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The risks of further ECB monetary stimulus outweigh the benefits. More stimulus will either amount to less than anticipated or will not be sustained and undermine the eurozone's financial system and public finances in far-reaching ways
The risks of further ECB monetary stimulus outweigh the benefits. More stimulus will either amount to less than anticipated or will not be sustained and undermine the eurozone's financial system and public finances in far-reaching ways
10th Sep 19, 10:00am
8th Sep 19, 9:14am
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Andrew Malcolm takes you through how to make a mortgage break decision, helping you assess whether the break fee cost is worth doing, looking at all the wider issues
Andrew Malcolm takes you through how to make a mortgage break decision, helping you assess whether the break fee cost is worth doing, looking at all the wider issues
8th Sep 19, 9:14am
7th Sep 19, 9:51am
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China is working to strengthen multilateral institutions which it sees as having failed to adjust to the growing clout of emerging and developing economies, says Xizhou Zhou. That failure to adjust undermines their legitimacy
China is working to strengthen multilateral institutions which it sees as having failed to adjust to the growing clout of emerging and developing economies, says Xizhou Zhou. That failure to adjust undermines their legitimacy
7th Sep 19, 9:51am
7th Sep 19, 9:26am
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Moneyhub's Christopher Walsh digs deep in to reverse mortgages, what they are, their advantages, and their pitfalls and disadvantages. This is a full resource if you are considering one
Moneyhub's Christopher Walsh digs deep in to reverse mortgages, what they are, their advantages, and their pitfalls and disadvantages. This is a full resource if you are considering one
7th Sep 19, 9:26am
6th Sep 19, 5:00am
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Auckland City economists find three things people value as reflected in house prices: development options, short supply, and being near jobs. Trees don't count
Auckland City economists find three things people value as reflected in house prices: development options, short supply, and being near jobs. Trees don't count
6th Sep 19, 5:00am
5th Sep 19, 10:09am
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The recent decision by China to let the renminbi fall below CN¥7 per US dollar has little to do with trade or currency wars. Rather, it represents an important step toward reforming China’s inflexible exchange-rate regime says Yu Yongding
The recent decision by China to let the renminbi fall below CN¥7 per US dollar has little to do with trade or currency wars. Rather, it represents an important step toward reforming China’s inflexible exchange-rate regime says Yu Yongding
5th Sep 19, 10:09am
5th Sep 19, 10:05am
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The combination of low unemployment and stubbornly low inflation across Western advanced economies has exposed the fundamental flaws of the standard economic theory that have long informed monetary policymaking. What theory should replace it?
The combination of low unemployment and stubbornly low inflation across Western advanced economies has exposed the fundamental flaws of the standard economic theory that have long informed monetary policymaking. What theory should replace it?
5th Sep 19, 10:05am
4th Sep 19, 7:34am
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When is being unemployed not unemployed? A true measure would show more teens are without jobs than people who have supposedly ‘retired’, writes former Treasury senior staffer Tony Burton
When is being unemployed not unemployed? A true measure would show more teens are without jobs than people who have supposedly ‘retired’, writes former Treasury senior staffer Tony Burton
4th Sep 19, 7:34am
2nd Sep 19, 2:50pm
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A mystery donation to National has people asking how secure our electoral system is from corrupt foreign actors. Law expert Andrew Geddis explains what’s at stake
A mystery donation to National has people asking how secure our electoral system is from corrupt foreign actors. Law expert Andrew Geddis explains what’s at stake
2nd Sep 19, 2:50pm
1st Sep 19, 10:00am
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Joanna Davies finds that being economical with the truth can lead to far bigger problems - as China has discovered with its Made In China 2025 strategy, which appears to have stalled
Joanna Davies finds that being economical with the truth can lead to far bigger problems - as China has discovered with its Made In China 2025 strategy, which appears to have stalled
1st Sep 19, 10:00am
1st Sep 19, 9:57am
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The US trade war with China is driven as much by anxiety over China's rise as by economic rationality. As Greek historian Thucydides saw, that kind of insecurity can have disastrous consequences
The US trade war with China is driven as much by anxiety over China's rise as by economic rationality. As Greek historian Thucydides saw, that kind of insecurity can have disastrous consequences
1st Sep 19, 9:57am
31st Aug 19, 9:20am
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Infometrics makes the map that shows how the rest of the nation's urban areas compare with Auckland, where one in three New Zealanders live
Infometrics makes the map that shows how the rest of the nation's urban areas compare with Auckland, where one in three New Zealanders live
31st Aug 19, 9:20am
29th Aug 19, 3:16pm
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Although the world is not reducing greenhouse-gas emissions to the extent needed to limit catastrophic global warming, major financial players are finally starting to make the shift away from fossil fuels
Although the world is not reducing greenhouse-gas emissions to the extent needed to limit catastrophic global warming, major financial players are finally starting to make the shift away from fossil fuels
29th Aug 19, 3:16pm
24th Aug 19, 9:41am
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Long-awaited clarification for landlords and tenants in key areas of residential tenancy law has come with the passing of amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act. But there are still many fishooks
Long-awaited clarification for landlords and tenants in key areas of residential tenancy law has come with the passing of amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act. But there are still many fishooks
24th Aug 19, 9:41am
23rd Aug 19, 10:00am
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The Helen Clark Foundation's Kathy Errington looks at some of the latest evidence emerging about drug law reform globally and makes the case for a 'yes' vote in the 2020 cannabis referendum
The Helen Clark Foundation's Kathy Errington looks at some of the latest evidence emerging about drug law reform globally and makes the case for a 'yes' vote in the 2020 cannabis referendum
23rd Aug 19, 10:00am
21st Aug 19, 10:16am
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Chapman Tripp's Cathryn Barber and Gerard Souness look at what negative interest rates, should they materialise, could mean for corporate borrowers
Chapman Tripp's Cathryn Barber and Gerard Souness look at what negative interest rates, should they materialise, could mean for corporate borrowers
21st Aug 19, 10:16am
20th Aug 19, 2:18pm
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Jared Dillian of Mauldin Economics argues negative rates are not an aberration and could become a semi-permanent feature of finance
Jared Dillian of Mauldin Economics argues negative rates are not an aberration and could become a semi-permanent feature of finance
20th Aug 19, 2:18pm
19th Aug 19, 1:05pm
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Investors need to look beyond the formal stock markets for some of the most promising opportunities. Alternative Investments now offer some unique options, many of them high-profile and cutting-edge
Investors need to look beyond the formal stock markets for some of the most promising opportunities. Alternative Investments now offer some unique options, many of them high-profile and cutting-edge
19th Aug 19, 1:05pm
19th Aug 19, 9:49am
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Bell Gully's Richard Massey takes a look at what ASIC's loss in a landmark responsible lending case against Westpac means for New Zealand lenders
Bell Gully's Richard Massey takes a look at what ASIC's loss in a landmark responsible lending case against Westpac means for New Zealand lenders
19th Aug 19, 9:49am

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